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An inquiry into the nature and history of Greek and Latin poetry; more particularly of the dramatic species: tending to ascertain the laws of comic metre in both those languages; to show, I. that poetical licences have no real existence, but are mere corruptions; II. that the verses of Plautus, Terence, Pindar, and Horace, are in many instances erroneously regulated; and to suggest a more rational and musical division of the verses

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